1. The most difficult thing
In the Telugu TV show Maate Mantramu, Vasundhara (played by Pallavi Ramisetty) is stuck in deep waters and troublesome times. All her windows of hope have been shut and everyone she confided in, has now closed doors on her. Vamsi (played by Ali Reza) is trying hard to be there for her and with her, but she just won’t let him in. The situation is maybe different for you but the behaviour is totally relatable. Here’s why we must talk to someone in tough times instead of pushing them away.
Vasundhara believes that her pain is only hers to suffer and thus, does not share her emotions with others – even the man she loves. However, each time she takes her own time but comes around to talking. For most, it may seem like a humungous task, but there’s a feeling of betterment on the other side. Take this dive.
2. Sharing everything
Once we get a push or once we start to talk to our closest confidante, there must be no stopping. Talk. Talk. Talk. Talk until you feel like you have nothing more to talk about. That’s the best way for you to help yourself. Hysteric laughter? Embrace it. Uncontrollable tears? Let them flow.
3. Taking the load off
We’ve felt a few pounds lighter once we spilled the beans that we had been torturing ourselves with. Talking and sharing all your inner thoughts, during the tough times in life, will help you feel better. After all, the wise and old have been saying ‘sharing is caring’ for a reason.
4. A reality check
When we have a close confidante who listens to all that we have to tell, they help us clear the mist that is clouding our thoughts. Reality check is the most important thing to have during tough times. Because more often than not, the problems aren’t as big as we make them to be.
5. A new perspective
When we are trying to sail through tough times, what we need is a new perspective. Often, when looked at problems through a different lens, the solution seems closer than before. Since we are too occupied with one way of thinking, talking helps us in seeing the situation in a new light.
Get set talk! Or you can watch Hyper on ZEE5 and forget about the problems for some time. But talk. Definitely.